Park Pictures & Information
West Central Park
The almost four miles of Hike-N-Bike Trail winds through a central park system that follows the Red Deer Creek.
Portions of the trail are lined with trees and other areas have wide-open spaces reflecting the native beauty of the area.
Eighty-six percent of all parkland in the city has a trail running through it. This trail is within 2 miles of all of the approximately 20,000 citizens of the community.
Recreation Park & City Lake
These are pictures of the lake at Recreation Park.
This park on the east side of Pampa is 134 acres and has this lake stocked with trout in cooperation with the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.
There is also
- Rodeo arena
- Softball 4-plex
- Sand volleyball court
- Hike-n-Bike Trail
- 25 RV Hookups with water and power
- Group shelter with showers and restrooms,
- Skeet and Trap range
- Indoor rifle range
- Live stock pavilion
Dedicated in memory of Hugh "Buck" Burdette by Cabot Corporation September 12, 1976. Located on the north side of the Hughes Building in downtown Pampa.
H.E. and Inez McCarley Park
The development of this park behind the White Deer Land Museum in downtown Pampa was made possible with a grant from the H.E and Inez Barrett McCarley Foundation.
The park features this gazebo, which hosts an occasional wedding ceremony. The Schneider House Apartments for senior citizens are in the background.
The apartments are built in the historic Schneider Hotel.
Inez Carter Park
Bordered by Sumner, Faulkner, Decatur, and Randy Matson Streets, this park features a soccer field, picnic area, and playground with swings, a slide, and a fire pole with a bell on top.
Bordered by Evergreen and 20th Streets
Prairie Village Park
Bordered by Crawford, Huff and Prairie Drive. This park features this playground, which was purchased with funds donated by Cabot Corp. There are also picnic areas, and a basketball court.